Menu Plan Monday: Peaches!!!

Ah, peaches.  There’s nothing quite like them.  And although my first peach growing venture was a flop, there will be others, I tell you!  Or maybe I’ll just stick to the easy stuff, especially now that our new place is a whopping 4 min away from the Farmer’s Market.  Life is good!

I am delighted to announce that DVDs of the Celiac and Gluten Free Diet Videos will be available as of this week!   Just contact me. The DVDs are for support group leaders, the videos themselves are also on youtube.  As much as I have appreciated this project, it’s also extremely satisfying to have the hard part DONE. Life has been busier this summer than usual, and I definitely notice needing more time for myself.

And, of course, this is the last week of our July Self-Care retreat.  Yep, I do realize it’s August, but we were just having too much fun!  Last week was Shirley’s fantastic post on Family Friends and Pets, and I have my post here.  Iris of the Daily Dietribe is hosting on Self Care through Creativity this week and head over and check out her post!  Valerie and I will do a round up next week.

On to food!

Monday:
Plum good beef stew with roasted cauliflower

Tues:
Chicken and broccoli in a faux soy sauce

Weds:
Kalamata Hummus on a bed of baby greens with herbs

Thurs:

maybe fish? I would love Mahi Mahi but need to grab some!

Friday:
Leftovers

Please email me if you’d like to host next week!

Heather of Celiac Family is balancing different requests–the usual suspects for the kids, and new tastes for hubby. She even plans to make a green bean dish with peaches, and I hope to hear more! She’s also got peaches planned in an Indian Chicken dish.

About Cheryl Harris

Life played a funny trick on me. I've studied nutrition for years, and much to my surprise, found out that I could manage many of my health issues via diet. I've been GF for years, and I've got a bunch of allergies and sensitivities. But it definitely doesn't keep me from cooking, baking and enjoying my food. Thanks for stopping by.
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6 Responses to Menu Plan Monday: Peaches!!!

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  3. Hi, Cheryl! I finally got my post/act together. :) http://angelaskitchen.com/2011/08/01/menu-plan-monday-august-1-2011/

    I’ll host next week if you need someone. Theme: “Back to School”. Let me know what you think.

    Hope your week is great!

  4. Alta says:

    I SO want to plant a peach tree. But I’d have to get some different soil, and all this stuff…so I keep ignoring it! They are by far my favorite fruit. Good thing there are always some in the farmers’ market, right?

  5. Belated, but pretty peaches! I read this very informative post on peaches over at Tall Clover Farm (http://www.tallcloverfarm.com/4419/every-time-you-bruise-a-peach-a-farmer-cries) and then he had a follow-up post this week on getting your fruit trees to bear more fruit. Love that you are so close to the farmers market. Hope you got your mahi mahi. :-) Finally, thanks for the super nice link love, dear!

    Shirley

  6. Alta-
    My 1st and 2nd (unsuccessful) peach trees were in really big pots. Maybe that could work for you?

    Shirley,
    Thanks for the link! I will have to check it out.

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